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Caltrans Setting Sights on Redwood National Park

Caltrans is in the beginning stages of planning for the Last Chance Grade Project along Highway 101 (10-miles south of Crescent City), where the highway is slipping into the Pacific Ocean. This project would have significant environmental impacts, as the highway would likely be rerouted to the east through Redwood State and National Parks.

EPIC is committed to finding the least environmentally destructive alternative for this project and will work tireless to hold Caltrans to the law. We need your help. Please attend the meeting most convenient to you. We need to show Caltrans that the community is paying attention to this project and let them know we will protect our ancient redwood forests and coho salmon-bearing streams. Click here to learn more about the project.

A series of community workshops will be held to get public input and ideas on a range of possible alternatives for Last Chance Grade. Come to a workshop to learn more and share your ideas: Crescent City – Monday, January 26, 2015 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Del Norte County Fairgrounds Arts & Crafts Building 421 Highway 101 North

Eureka – Tuesday, January 27, 2015 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Wharfinger Building Great Room Eureka Public Marina, #1 Marina Way

Klamath – Wednesday, January 28, 2015 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Yurok Tribal Office Klamath Community Room 190 Klamath Boulevard

These meetings are being characterized as a series of workshops, with small breakout groups. There are six different preliminary alternatives for consideration that will be further analyzed as part of the design engineered feasibility study that will be completed by July 2015. All meetings will be verbally recorded so that the content is sufficiently captured. We have seen no notification to the public regarding these meetings.


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